Want to know if a Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for your weather? Like to see pictures and official reports from the tornado that tore up a local area earlier this year? Working on a report about the Jet Stream for your science class at school or college? The answers to these and many other quests for weather-related knowledge can be found at the official website of the National Weather Service at www.weather.gov. The National Weather Service, a divison of NOAA, has a comprehensive website with a lot of national information and an interactive map leading to pages for each individual weather office around the country, including the one serving your local community. This site, with timely watch, warning, and forecast information, can help save your life when disaster strikes. Bookmark this page today. The National Weather Service web site, www.weather.gov, is the web site of the month for July 2009.
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